Yuri Dmitriev was recognised as a paedophile but was sent to serve his sentence for several months. Instead of the minimum 12 years, he was given over 3 years. Although, apparently, he pleaded guilty.
What does 1937 have to do with it? He’s a paedophile. This is an established fact. Nobody places it over him, he confessed that he took nude photos, including pornographic ones, as recognised by the expert examination. This is such a signal that all this is possible. Well, rapist, well, a girl, well, her adoptive father. 3 and a half years. Fine. None of these intelligent bastards found a word of love, care, compassion, sympathy for this unfortunate girl. The liberal crowd stands for juvenile justice, sex education, and protects paedophiles.
Yuri Dmitriev did not find any Stalinist mass graves. He also did not prepare lists of victims of Stalinist repressions attributed to him. He has never been a human rights activist. A completely false image was created of him. We all thought that there is only a gay lobby in the country, and it turns out that it is also paedophile lobby.
Yuri Dmitriev is a "respected historian known for his uncompromising investigation and documenting of mass graves of the victims of Soviet repression in 1937-38 and Chairman of the Karelia branch of Memorial Historical Society in the Russian Federation," - according to the EU, and the paedophilia charges brought against him appear to have been prompted by his human rights work.
As his employer, NGO Memorial communicates that Yuri Dmitriev is a historian from Petrozavodsk, head of the Karelian branch of "Memorial". "Since the late 1980s, he has been studying the history of Stalinist repressions in Karelia, compiling lists of victims and restoring their biographies (since 1997, five Memory Books with such lists have been published), and is looking for the burials of those executed. Among the places of mass graves he found - Sandarmokh, the largest shooting places in Karelia in 1937–38, thanks to Dmitriev, turned into a memorial complex," says NGO Memorial.